Heritage Auctions has one of the most ridiculous collectible book auctions I’ve ever seen coming up on March 7th. 639 books in all will be available in the auction, and the items in this one are jaw-dropping. Pretty much every important work of fiction from the early to mid-20th century is here, with works by […]
Beth Lewis‘ The Wolf Road is a dark psychological detour in the mind of a girl surviving in a post-apocalyptic landscape. Following Elka as she roams a world not-so-different from our own, surviving a harsh landscape, and dealing with harsh questions on the nature of humanity, good, and evil, along with the all-important question: […]
By David Dissanayake Out July 16th from Image Comics is Dark Engine, a new dark fantasy/mystery ongoing by Ryan Burton and John Bivens. It’s a twisted story about a brutal woman created to travel in time to destroy the enemies of her alchemist masters. It is an immersive first issue that gives you a tantalizing […]
Yet another James Franco directed feature. Say what you want about Franco but you can't deny that he's a hard worker.
The first teasers for the film gave away relatively little, and now the plot is starting to be more obvious. This is a pretty twisty story, however and the promos are thankfully leaving some things secret.
A new trailer for The Counselor, starring Brad Pitt, Michael Fassbender, Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem
Yes, it looks like a film about men with interesting hair warning, threatening or telling Michael Fassbender what to think. Still, I'd watch that.
Cormac McCarthy's script for The Counselor is about naughty, good looking people who are interested in money, sex and murder, and manage to blur the lines between those interests.
John Leguizamo might have a few skeletons in his IMDB closet, but he’s at least committed to taking a variety of roles, and often in some very interesting projects. He’s also really very good, and not only when the material is strong. His next three gigs sound pretty distinct from one another, and all being […]